Towards great ethno-civilizations and spiritual empires? How the European New Right imagines a post-liberal world order

  title={Towards great ethno-civilizations and spiritual empires? How the European New Right imagines a post-liberal world order},
  author={Manni Crone},
  journal={New Perspectives},
  pages={320 - 331}
  • Manni Crone
  • Published 29 October 2021
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • New Perspectives
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